Flooding interrupting flights at San Jose airport

Flights at San Jose’s Mineta International Airport are being delayed because of flooding in a terminal, USA Today reports.

The flood was caused by a rupture in a hot water line in the airport’s Terminal A, according to the report.

Airport officials have said that passengers who are booked on flights that are supposed to leave from the airport’s Terminal A can still check in there, but their planes would likely be leaving from another terminal.